Translation of universally in Spanish:

universally

mundialmente, adv.

Pronunciation /ˌjunəˈvərsəli//juːnɪˈvəːsəli/

adverb

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    (known/admired) mundialmente
    (known/admired) universalmente
    (applicable/suitable) para todo
    credit cards are universally acceptable las tarjetas de crédito se aceptan en todas partes
    • But it is unlikely to receive a universally warm welcome from the business community.
    • In fact he's created one of the most universally praised buildings in the UK.
    • It is not for other people to sit in judgement, especially when using values which are not universally shared.
    • I insist that capitalism doesn't work without universally accessible property rights.
    • This has been universally accepted as the fairest method since it evens out the luck factor.
    • Average rents were universally out of the reach of welfare recipients and their families.
    • She was universally liked and to top it all she was a joy to teach.
    • It's universally accepted that all it takes sometimes to end an argument is an apology.
    • It will heavily exploit the fact that UK design is universally recognised as the strongest in the world.
    • But in Scotland the relief was not universally welcomed in the farming community.
    • This does not seem, universally, to have translated into a genuine interest in the ingredients of the food.
    • Immediately the singing stopped, the crowd universally clapped and that was the end of it.
    • Tobacco consumption is now universally more common among the lower socioeconomic groups.
    • Not true of the Saint-Saens Organ Symphony, where the playing was universally excellent.
    • The food in hotels is universally adequate, often good and frequently exceptional.
    • Before the disaster it was universally accepted the safest way to escape from a fire was via the stairs.
    • So why then, if he is doing all of this, is he criticised almost universally for being a stick-in-the-mud?
    • Odd how she was embraced as a feminist writer when the women in her books are universally awful to each other.
    • But not only was this not universally accepted but what it meant was not agreed upon.
    • So universally accepted were these notions that they became suffocating.